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Does DOJ action on “race-conscious” college admissions mean anything for federal contractors?

Posted in Affirmative Action
Since the beginning of the Trump Administration, business owners, employers, and employees alike have been waiting to see what the effects on social policy will be. Of particular interest to employers, and especially federal contractors, is whether the Administration will bring about a more conservative approach to enforcement in the employment arena, including equal employment opportunity and affirmative… Continue Reading

Heresy! Is “flexibility at work” overrated?

Posted in Corporate Culture, Telecommuting, Work-Life Balance
Or is it loved as much as ever, as long as it doesn’t cost employees money? Interesting questions are raised by a study conducted and recently published by Alexandre Mas, a Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at at Princeton University, and Amanda Pallais, a Paul Sack Associate Professor of Political Economy and Social Studies… Continue Reading